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					Table of Contents
Supplier Diversity Policy Statement ..........................................1

About the NYPA .......................................................................2

The Supplier Diversity Program ................................................3

Minority and Women Business Definitions ...............................4

New York State Certification.....................................................6

For Out-of-State Corporations ...................................................7

The Procurement Function.........................................................9

Subcontracting Business Tips ..................................................12

Before You Begin Work as a Subcontractor............................14

As Work Progresses .................................................................15

Who to Contact ........................................................................16

Bidders Information .................................................................17

For Your Information...............................................................19

What NYPA Buys ...................................................................20

Key Procurement Personnel .....................................................21

NYPA Facilities .......................................................................25

Vendor Profile Form ................................................................27

NYPA’s Network Map ........................................ Back of Guide
NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY'S
SUPPLIER DIVERSITY PROGRAM
                   Policy Statement

The New York Power Authority (NYPA), recognizes that the
continuing growth and health of our society depends, to a
large extent, on the opportunity for everyone to share in the
economic process.
   To that end, the Authority’s policy is to take affirmative
action to ensure that Minority and Women-Owned
Businesses, ( M/WBEs), shall have maximum opportunity
to participate in the Authority's contracting activity for the
procurement of goods and services.
   The Power Authority's Procurement Division is
responsible for implementing the Supplier Diversity
Program ( SDP). However, all Officers, Department Heads,
Managers, Supervisors and Employees share in the
responsibility of making the Supplier Diversity Program a
success.




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About NYPA
   The New York Power Authority (NYPA) is the nation's largest
state-owned power organization and New York’s only statewide
electricity supplier. NYPA provides lower-cost power to government
agencies; to municipally owned and rural-cooperative electric systems;
to job-producing companies and non-profit groups; to private utilities
for resale—without profit—to their customers; and to neighboring
states, under federal requirements. The Power Authority is also a
national leader in promoting energy efficiency and the development of
clean energy technologies and electric vehicles. A non-profit, public-
benefit energy corporation, NYPA does not use tax revenues or state
credits. It finances its projects through bond sales to private investors.




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The Supplier
Diversity Program
Linking the Authority's diversified product and service needs with
qualified minority-and women-owned businesses is what the
Authority's Supplier Diversity Program is all about.
    In 1983, the Authority voluntarily established the Supplier
Diversity Program. Since that time it has awarded hundreds of
millions of dollars in contracts to Minority and Women Business
Enterprises for items such as fuel oil, computer equipment and
services, printing, office supplies, construction work and engineering
services, to name a few.
   With the enactment of Executive Law Article 15-A in 1988, the
Authority's Supplier Diversity Program was revised to incorporate the
rules and regulations promulgated by the New York State Governor's
Office. In accordance with the law and with direction from the
Governor’s office, the Authority will continue its aggressive effort to
increase utilization of M/WBE firms certified by New York State and
to reach out to those firms who have yet to be certified. In addition,
on September 1, 1994, Equal Employment Opportunity requirements
were implemented on all applicable contracts.




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Definitions of Minority and
Women Owned Businesses
In accordance with Executive Law Article 15-A, the Authority only
recognizes minority or women-owned business, which have been certified by
the New York State’s Office of Minority and Women's Business
Development. The law defines Minority or Women-Owned Businesses in
the following manner:

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
Any business enterprise which is at least fifty-one percent owned by,
or in the case of a publicly owned business, at least fifty-one percent of
the stock is owned by citizens or permanent resident aliens who are:


(a) Black persons having                 (d) American Indian and
   origins in any of the black               Alaskan Native persons
   African racial groups not of              having origins in any of the
   Hispanic origin;                          original peoples of North
                                             America and maintaining
(b) Hispanic persons of                      identifiable tribal
   Mexican, Puerto Rican,                    affiliations through
   Dominican, Cuban, Central                 membership and
   or South American or either               participation or community
   Indian or Hispanic origin,                identifications; and such
   regardless of race;                       ownership interest is real,
                                             substantial and continuing.
(c) Asian and Pacific Islander               The minority ownership
   persons having origins in                 must have and exercise the
   any of the Far East                       authority to independently
   Southeast Asia, the Indian                control the business
   subcontinent or the Pacific               decisions of the entity.
   Islands; and
                                    4
WOMAN OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
Any business enterprise which is fifty-one percent owned by, or in the
case of a publicly owned business, at least fifty-one percent of the
stock is owned by citizens or permanent resident aliens who are
women, and such ownership interest is real, substantial and continuing.
The ownership must have and exercise the authority to independently
control the business decisions of the entity.




   For the link to the Directory of New York State Certified Minority and
                        Women Owned firms go to


                   http://205.232.252.35/
                                    or
                www.nylovesmwbe.ny.gov




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New York State
Certification
In order to be recognized as a Minority/Women Business Enterprise
(M/WBE) by the Authority, your firm must be certified by the Empire State
Economic Development's Division of Minority and Women's Business
Development.

 To request an application, obtain additional information on the NYS
certification requirements or to initiate your certification process, contact one
of the two offices listed below or visit their website:


      Empire State Development Corporation
     Division of Minority and Women's Business
                    Development

                           ALBANY OFFICE
                            30 South Pearl Street
                             Albany, NY 12207
                              (518) 292-5250

                     NEW YORK CITY OFFICE
                        633 3rd Avenue, 32nd Floor
                          New York, NY 10017
                              (212) 803-2414

  Learn more on line at www.nylovesmwbe.ny.gov for
     additional information on New York State certification
   requirements, applications, technical assistance, access to
             capital, contract opportunities and more

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For Out-of-State
Corporations
The following information was obtained from the New York State
Department of State and pertains to all Out-of-State Corporations
without a New York State address. This requirement does not apply to
out-of-state firms who are sole proprietors.

PRIOR TO APPLYING FOR NEW YORK STATE
MINORITY/WOMEN BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (M/WBE)
CERTIFICATION.

To do business in New York State the corporation must possess a Certificate
of Authority which can be obtained through any stationery store that carries
legal documents.

     A filing fee of $225.00 must be paid by certified check,
        attorney's check or money order.
     The corporation must obtain the Certificate of Good Standing
        from the state in which they are located.
     Upon completing the above process, the corporation will be
        qualified to apply for New York State certification. At this
        point, the APPLICATION FOR AUTHORITY, together
        with a completed NYS M/WBE CERTIFICATION

        APPLICATION, should be submitted to the following
        address for processing:




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Send To:


     New York Department of State

             Division of Corporations
               One commerce Plaza
                99 Washington Ave
                 Albany, NY 12231
            (518) 473-2492 (Automated)
           Web Site: www.dos.state.ny.us
               info@dos.state.ny.us
   To download “Application for Authority” and
      obtain other pertinent information go to
  www.dos.state.ny.us/corp/buscorp.html#appauth




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The Procurement
Function
Since the Authority purchases a vast amount of equipment, services
and supplies to support its operations, maximum emphasis is placed on
competitive bidding to meet quality and delivery requirements at the
lowest possible cost.
There are two primary methods by which M/WBE’s participate in the
Authority's procurement activities. They are:

1) Direct Purchasing - The Authority contracts directly with the
   M/WBE for the goods and/or services.

                             AND/OR

2) M/WBE Utilization Goals - The M/WBE is sub-contractor to a
   prime vendor/contractor that has a contract with the Authority.


The M/WBE's role as a prime contractor on one contract does not
preclude it from also seeking work as a subcontractor on another
contract. It is not necessary for the M/WBE to hire agents, advisors
and other intermediaries in order to compete for Authority contracts.




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Normally proposals are submitted to the Authority as a result of the
Authority's issuance of a formal price inquiry, public bid notice or
invitation to bid. Each type of solicitation contains instructions
relative to proposal preparation and submission procedures.


Public Bid Notices are                      can be found on their Web site
advertised in the New York                  address at www.nyscr.com.
State Contract Reporter, the                Additionally, the Authority
State's Official weekly listing             may issue statements of interest
of bidding opportunities.                   or other similar notices of
Contact them at 1-518 292-                  various program opportunities.
5221. Additional information


For each product or service purchased, the Authority normally solicits bids
through a number of qualified sources. It is imperative that each bidder
                    follows ALL instructions and specifications. Each
                   solicitation includes:




     Technical specifications data for the item or
         service
     Instructions for preparing the bid
     Date, Time and Place for bid submission
     Schedule for commencement and completion
     Place of delivery


The proposal submitted by the vendor is the instrument intended to persuade
the Authority's staff that the vendor is technically qualified, understands the
scope of work and can perform the work in a timely, cost-effective manner.


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Therefore,


             •   The Bid Inquiry Number must be referenced on all
                 correspondence and mailing labels.

             •   If provided, proposals must be signed and submitted on
                 forms furnished by the Authority.

             • Unless specifically extended by a bid addendum, bid
                 proposals are due by the "bid due date" specified.

             •   Your proposal should be self-contained and written with
                 clarity and thoroughness.

             •   All exceptions to the bid document requirements must be in
                 writing and submitted with your bid proposal. FAILURE TO
                 DO SO MAY RESULT IN THE REJECTION OF YOUR BID
                 PROPOSAL AS INFORMAL OR INCOMPLETE.


 Make sure your price includes all costs associated with performing
 the work. Remember you are at a disadvantage if you want to
 renegotiate the price after the work has begun. Legally, you may not
 be granted relief if mistakes (except perhaps for obvious arithmetic
 errors due to the extension of unit prices and corresponding
 quantities) are discovered after bid opening.


  INSTRUCTIONS SHOULD BE FOLLOWED EXPLICITLY.
 Questions regarding preparation of your bid proposals should be
 directed to the buyer identified in the bid document. THE
 AUTHORITY IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR COSTS INCURRED
 IN THE PREPARATION OF PROPOSALS.




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Subcontracting
Business Tips
The New York Power Authority is committed to increasing the
procurement opportunities for Minority and Women-Owned Business
Enterprises (M/WBE’s) at our headquarters and operating facilities.
 Once you become a (sub)contractor, your success will depend
largely on your ability to carry out your obligations in a manner
consistent with accepted business practices.


Before You Sign a (Sub)Contract Agreement
   1. Study the bid specifications and plans for the project. Make sure you
         know the scope of work.
   2.    Know the prime contract's provisions
         and requirements, such as the insurance
        provisions, prevailing wage rates, submission requirements and
         retention.
   3. Ask the job or work site to become aware of conditions that may
        affect your bid price..
   4. Ask the prime contractor for written clarification of any bid item(s)
        you do not understand.
   5. Prepare accurate and detailed cost proposals or price quotes. The
        proposal submitted is the instrument intended to persuade the
        Authority's staff or Prime Contractor's staff for subcontracting work
        that you are technically qualified, understand the scope of work and
        can perform the work in a timely, cost-effective manner.




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     If you initially offer a price by telephone, follow up by sending the prime
     contractor or the Authority, as the case may be, written confirmation of
     the bid amount specified in our verbal quote.
6. During negotiations, document all conversations with the Authority or
     prime contractor. Be sure to note the time, date and name of the person
     with whom you spoke, as well as the nature of your discussion.
7. Notify NYPA's Supplier Diversity Department immediately if your
     company is listed by a prime contractor as a M/WBE without your
     knowledge or consent on an Authority related project.

8.   Remember!            Do not assume anything. When in doubt as to
     the meaning of any part of the procurement package, contact the issuing
     contract administrator.

      Prepare your bid accurately. The Authority may not be able to
         grant relief if you make an error that is costly to you.


      Write all technical and commercial terms and conditions. Bids
         which appear to be incomplete may be automatically rejected. The
         Procurement Division is the starting point for all firms that would
         like to do business with the Authority.


      Submit the bid on time. Bids submitted after the bid due date are
         generally rejected unless a written time extension has been granted
         to all applicable bidders by the Authority prior to the bid opening.




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Before You
Begin Work as a
Subcontractor
1. Make sure you have a written (sub)contract agreement that
   includes the requirements, conditions and provisions of the job.
   Some items that should be addressed in the agreement include:

    A detailed description of the scope of work to be performed by your
     company. Read and be sure you understand all the terms and
     conditions of the (sub) contract.

    Clear identification of responsibility for insurance, bonding and
     equipment requirements.

    Identification of required certifications, permits, and prevailing wage
     requirements, the latter pursuant to section 220 of the labor law of
     New York State.

    Discussion of how and when you will receive payment from the
     prime contractor, if any, for work performed and the amount you are
     to be paid.

    Procedures for resolving conflicts and disagreements and handling
     additional work, change orders and modifications.

    The recommendation that your attorney review any (sub)contracting
     agreements before you sign it.


2. Ask the prime contractor to provide you with the project schedule
   specifying when your company is to start work on the project as
   well as the duration of your participation. This will permit you to
   allocate sufficient time for details such as placing orders or
   supplies and arranging for the leasing of equipment.




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As Work Progresses
1. Keep a daily log of all work-related activities performed by your
   company. Focus on site conditions, unforeseen changes and oral
   directives from the Authority or the prime contractor.
   Communications with the Authority or prime contractor should be
   in writing as much as possible.


2. Make sure that change orders affecting your (sub)contract amount
   and your scope of work are in writing. The written change order
   should contain a statement of cost and should be signed by you and
   the Authority and/or the prime contractor.


3. Attempt to resolve problems and conflicts as they arise.




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Who to Contact
The Procurement Division's Staff welcomes the opportunity to acquaint new
firms with the Authority's procurement procedures. A listing of key
personnel is provided on pages 21 - 24 of this publication.


Most of the Authority's                     those firms that have not previously
purchasing functions are                    worked with the Authority.
performed by the White Plains
Office and its other operating              It is highly recommended that you

facilities. The Authority's                 make an appointment before

operating facilities function as            coming in to see any Authority
                                            personnel. Normal appointment
independent purchasing entities
                                            hours are Monday through Friday,
for certain site-specific goods and
                                            8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
services. You may solicit the
individual facilities to market your
                                            To maintain security, all visitors
product, goods or services.
                                            must identify themselves upon
                                            entering, sign the visitor's register
Experience has shown that                   and obtain an identification badge.
successful bidders take an active           The badge must be worn
approach in marketing their goods           conspicuously and returned to the
and services to the Authority.              guard upon your departure.
Active marketing involves direct            Authority personnel must
contact with key personnel. We              accompany visitors when moving
wish to emphasize the importance            from one department to another.
of active marketing, especially for


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Bidders Information
(Vendors that are NOT listed in the New York State Directory of Certified Minority and Women-Owned
Businesses are considered general vendors.)



If your firm is listed in the New York State Directory of Certified Minority and
Women-Owned Businesses, it will then automatically be included in our pool of
vendors certified to meet NYPA's procurement needs. You must be certified by New
York State in order for us to recognize your firm as a Minority or Women owned
business. Lack of certification, however, does not preclude your firm from doing
business with us. If your firm is not certified as an M/WBE by the State of New York
and you request certification or additional information, please see Page 6 of this
Guide.

   The Authority does not maintain an official bidders list. The majority of bids in
excess of $15,000 are advertised in the NYS Contract Reporter. (See page 10 for
more information). Bids under $5K may be awarded to vendor of choice, although
proposals may be solicited from several sources. Information regarding NYPA’s
current contracting opportunities may be found on the Authority’s web site by
going to www.nypa.gov “Doing Business with Us” and looking for NYPA’s
RFQ’s/“Procurement Opportunities.” Register and you will be able to see what
the Authority has out for bids at that time. Please complete and return the Vendor
Survey Form located at the rear of this” Guide to Business Opportunities”) along with
any pertinent information on your company such as line cards, references, company
literature or brochures etc to this office.




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All information should be mailed to:


                         New York Power Authority
                             123 Main Street
                          White Plain, NY 10601
                 Procurement – Supplier Diversity Program

                                       -or-

                          For further information

         Visit our Supplier Diversity Web Site Address
                         www.nypa.gov
                     Doing Business With Us
                   Supplier Diversity Program

         For Current Contracting Opportunities
         Visit our Procurement RFQ Web Site Address
                         www.nypa.gov
                     Doing Business With Us
                        NYPA’s RFQ’s
                    Procurement Opportunities




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For Your Information
                                   Unsolicited Proposals

The Authority does not recognize proposals submitted solely on the proposer's initiative.
Submitted proposals must be in response to a formal Request For Proposal (RFP).

                         Evaluation, Negotiation and Award
After bids are opened, the proposals are evaluated for both their technical qualifications and
commercial acceptability. If questions, exceptions or disagreements are expressed by either
                                the Vendor or the Authority, negotiations may ensue.
                                However, negotiations may only take place with the lowest
                                qualified bidder. If mutually acceptable terms cannot be
                                negotiated with the lowest evaluated bidder, the Authority
                                may reject that bid and open negotiations with the next bidder,
                                and so on. Where applicable, M/WBE goal requirements can
also serve as evaluative criteria in the final determination of a Bid Award.


                           Quality Assurance Requirements
Vendors must meet the pertinent quality assurance requirements for the commodity or service
that they are supplying. The term "quality assurance" is defined as those planned and
systematic actions necessary to provide adequate confidence that a system, structure or
component possesses the material composition, physical characteristics and performance
capability for which it was intended. Specific applicability or acceptability of quality
assurance will be covered separately in each bidding document.




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What the Power
Authority Buys
The following partial list represents the variety of goods and services generally purchased or
leased by the Authority:

SERVICES                                SUPPLIES/EQUIPMENT
Accounting                                  Appliances New/Repair
Advertising/Public Relations                Art/Drafting Supplies
Architectural                               Visual Equipment
Archeological Services                      Automobiles New/Repair
Asbestos Removal                            Boiler Parts
Banking Services                            Books Reference/Technical
Catering                                    Building Supplies
Carpentry                                   Carpeting/Floor Coverings
Computer Consulting/Analysis                Chemicals
Court Reporting/Transcription               Computer Hardware/Software
Demolition Services                         Copying Machines/Supplies
Diving and Underwater Construction          Concrete/Gravel/Asphalt
Drafting                                    Electrical Supplies
Editing/Writing                             Electronic Components
Electrical Contractors                      Fences
Engineering                                 Filtering Equipment
Engraving                                   Design
Exterminators (insects/rodents)             Fuel Oil/Natural Gas
Fencing Contractors                         Gauges/Instrumentation
Financial/Brokerage Services                HVAC Equipment/Supplies
General Constructions                       Janitorial Supplies
General Consulting Services                 Labels/Signs
Insulation Contractor                       Material Handling Supplies
Janitorial Services                         Novelty Items/Trophies
Labor Relations Consulting                  Office Equipment
Landscaping                                 Office Furniture
Legal Services                              Office Supplies




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Key Procurement Personnel
                         NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY


White Plains Office                            Albany Office

Clarence Rappleyea Building                    30 South Pearl Street - 10th
123 Main Street                                Albany, NY 12207-3425
White Plains, NY 10601-3170                     (518) 433-6700
(914) 681-6200

Chairman
      Michael J. Townsend ............................... (518) 433-6751

President & CEO
       Richard Kessel .......................................... (914) 681-6800

Chief Operating Officer
      Gil Quiniones ............................................. (914) 681-6621



                          PROCUREMENT

               Supplier Diversity Program Staff

Patricia Leto
Vice President, Procurement……………………(914 681-6623

Debra J. White
Manager, Supplier Diversity ............................(914) 681-6976

Yves-Rose Valbrun
Supplier Diversity Program Specialist .............. (914) 681-6453




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Senior Procurement Staff
Len Walker
Manager of Special Services .......................... …(914) 681-6627
Robert Haggerty
Manager of SENY and Energy Services………...(914) 287-3080
Donna Shults
Manager of Hydro Facilities ..……………………..(914) 287-3080


    HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENTAL PERSONNEL


Accounting
      Howard Berg
      Sr. Accountant ................................................(914) 287-3362

Corporate Support Services
       Susan Egginton
       Director of Corporate Support ........................(914) 681-6410
       George Marriott
       Facility Manager .............................................(914) 287-3930

Corporate Communications
       Marsha Camera
       Manager, Graphic
       Communications .............................................(914) 390-8172
       Nancy Ames
       Director of Communications...........................(914) 390-8165
       & Marketing Services

Energy Efficiency
       Maribel Cruz
       Business Development &
       Engineering .....................................................(914) 390-8228
       Rino Trovato
       Program Manager Design &
       Implementation ...............................................(914) 390-8220




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Environmental
       John Kahabka
       Vice President, Health & Safety ……….…...(914) 681-6308
       Patricia Meehan
       Manager, Sustainability Integration.…………(914) 287-3407

Engineering
          Robert Knowlton
          Director of Civil /Structural Engineering .......(914) 681-6424
          Fred Pagano
          Director Protection and Control……………..(914) 681-6668
          James Sheldon
          Sr. Eng II – Electrical Engineering………….(914) 287-3016
          Bill Stanton
          Director - Mechanical Engineering…………(914) 287-3307
          Peter Ludwig
          Director – Hydro Engineering……………….(914) 287-3273

Finance-Corporate
      Brian McElroy
      Treasurer .........................................................(914) 287-3956

Fossil Fuel Supply
        Jim Ondishin
        Manager ..........................................................(914) 287-3881

Human Resources
     Ida Gencarelli
     Director of Benefits and Compensation..........(914) 287-3113
     Bill Flynn
     Human Capital & Development
     Management Consultant……………………..(914)681-6317

Information Technology
       John Brennan
       Director Application Services .........................(914) 390-3168
       Peter Poggi
       Director of Infrastructure/
       Telecommunications .......................................(914) 681-6667
       Peter Daly
       Director of Customer Services……….……...(914) 287-3208
       Helen Yang
       Director of Product Support............................(914) 681-6141
       Lena Smart
       Manager Cyber Security……………………..(914) 287-3634




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Insurance
       Dennis Sacco
       Director of Risk Management.........................(914) 287-3922

Legal
        Erin Nolan
        Financial Admin .............................................(518) 433-6753
        Denise D’Ambrosio
        Senior Attorney I ...........................................(914) 390-8003


Project Management/ Construction Management Services
        Ben Wong
        Project Manager……………………………..(914) 287-3018
        John Canale
        Project Manager - Hydro/Transmission…….(914) 681-6706
        Michael Mitchell
        Project Manager - Generation/Fac
        Improvement………………………………..(914) 681-6428
        Ray Salcedo –
        Sr. Mechanical Engineer II
        Generation/Fac. Improvement……….……..(914) 287-3408

Public and Govermental Affairs
        Paul Finnegan
        SVP Public and Governmental Affairs ..........(914) 390-3824




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NYPA Facilities
ST. LAWRENCE – FDR PROJECT
                            Rick Turner
New York Power Authority    Regional Manager
Robert Moses Power Dam      Northern NY
Massena, NY 13662
(315) 764-0226              Sandy Johnston
                            Purchasing & Warehouse
Mailing Address:            Supervisor
P. O. Box 700
Massena, NY 13662

NIAGARA PROJECT
                            Horace Horton
New York Power Authority    Regional Manager
5777 Lewiston Road          Western NY
Lewiston, NY 14092
(716) 285-3211              John Briggs
                            P.O. Box 277
                            Niagara Falls, NY 14302-0277
Mailing Address:            Purchasing & Warehouse
                            Manager

RICHARD M. FLYNN POWER PLANT
New York Power Authority     Kevin King
607 Union Avenue             Purchasing & Warehouse
Holtsville, NY 11742-1420    Manager
(631) 687-1900               (718) 626-8250

                             Russ Bahm
                             Director of Operations
                             (631) 687-1900




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CHARLES A. POLETTI POWER PROJECT
500 MW COMBINED CYCLE PLANT
New York Power Authority      Paul Tartaglia
31-03 20th Avenue             Regional Manager
Long Island City, NY 11105
(718) 626-8250                Kevin King
                              Purchasing & Warehouse
                              Manager

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 5309,
Woolsey Station
Long Island City, NY 11105


CLARK ENERGY CENTER/
ENERGY CONTROL CENTER

New York Power Authority
6520 Glass Factory Road       Tom Shust
Marcy, NY 13404               CEC General Manager
(315) 724-8186
                              Kelvin Nahrwold
                              Purchasing & Warehouse
                              Manager

Mailing Address:              Pat Donnelly
P.O. Box 191                  Facilities Material
Marcy, NY 13403               Superintendent

BLENHEIM-GILBOA POWER PROJECT

New York Power Authority      Kelvin Nahrwold
397 Power Plant Access Road   Purchasing & Warehouse
Gilboa, NY 12076              Supervisor

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 200                  Lynn Hiat
Gilboa, NY 12076              Regional Manager




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